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North Coast Rail Authority clears Court of Appeal

Ruling could open future service to Willits By Michael MottThe North Coast Rail Authority (NCRA) won their case at the Court of Appeal in San Francisco last month, which could allow the return of rail service to Willits. The lawsuit being appealed wa… Read More
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Millview Stands Up to Sonoma County Water Agency.

The State Water Resources Control Board has issued a final ruling revoking the former Masonite water right now owned by Millview County Water District . . . Don’t be surprised if Millview, represented by Willits attorney Christopher Neary, sues… Read More
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2013 election results final

By The Willits News staffPosted: 11/15/2013 10:45:43 AM PST All the votes have been counted for the Nov. 5 election as of Nov. 14. The main change since election night was in the race for three seats on the Willits Unified School District Board of Tr… Read More
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Neary set to polish School Board image

The “tarnished image” of the Willits Unified School District Board of Trustees prompted Willits attorney Christopher Neary to apply for an open seat on the school board earlier this year. He now seeks election to a full term. Neary was ap… Read More
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Millview Water District wins Court Battle

The Millview County Water District won a court battle this month that should lift a moratorium that has been blocking it from adding new customers for more than a decade. Attorney Chris Neary said the state Department of Public Health imposed the mor… Read More
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Judge Tosses Environmental Group Lawsuit

A Marin County judge has dismissed a pair of lawsuits by environmental groups demanding a more rigorous study of resuming freight rail service along the North Coast. In a decision disclosed this week, Judge Roy O. Chernus upheld his earlier tentative… Read More
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Longtime Legal Assistant Bypasses Law School, Passes the Bar

“Jennifer O’Brien is now a California lawyer, even though she never attended law school. O’Brien had worked for 15 years as a legal assistant to lawyer Chris Neary in Willits, Calif., before taking the bar exam…” Read Full Arti… Read More
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Activists Sue North Coast Railroad Authority

The IndependentTuesday, July 26, 2011(Southern Humboldt Newspaper) Activists Sue North Coast Rail Authority Impact on Eel River Canyon Not Adequately Studied,Say FOER and CATs by Keith EasthouseIndependent Staff Writer Picture: An old railroad bridge… Read More
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NCRA Articles

NCRA approves return of freight trains to North Bay. North Bay businesses await return of freight trains. Freight trains return to North Bay today. Freight trains ready to roll again in Petaluma. PD Editorial North Bay Freight gets back on track. Read More
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Forest Owners Likely to Benefit from New Cap and Trade Rules Adopted to Reduce Greenhouse Emissions.

On December 16, 2010 the California Air Resources Board approved regulations governing a cap and trade system to implement reduction of greenhouse gases by carbon retention. The rules lean upon the state’s forests as the vehicle for greenhouse gas… Read More
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